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The San Antonio-Bexar County Joint Opioid Task Force wants San Antonio police officers trained on how to administer medication to someone who has overdosed on opioids.

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The San Antonio City Council passed a $2.8 billion budget for 2019 Thursday. This is the city’s largest budget — about $100,000 more than last year.

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The San Antonio International Airport has set another record for passenger growth. 

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San Antonio's proposed budget for fiscal year 2019 shows an increased total of $2.8 billion – and it's local government's highest ask to date.

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Updated at 5:45 p.m.

The proposed budget for San Antonio is reaching its highest amount yet, at $2.8 billion — about $157 million above last year. City Manager Sheryl Sculley will present her budget to the City Council Thursday morning.

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The issue of paid sick leave for workers in San Antonio has crossed an important threshold. Over 70,000 required signatures from petitions were certified by the San Antonio City Council Thursday.


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The San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association is filing a federal lawsuit against the city over its “free speech areas” at city libraries. The union claims the city violated the First Amendment when it prevented union petitioners from entering the buildings.

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Bexar County will soon open a new multimillion dollar intake facility for processing and detaining suspects after an arrest, but the San Antonio Police Department has said it would decline to use it.

For the fourth time in five years, the City of San Antonio is designated an "All-America City."

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